For those of you who may not know what script fonts are, these are typefaces that are similar to handwriting styles. As with various styles of handwriting, script fonts convey many moods to suit whatever occasion you may have in mind. You will want to consider your occasion, as a script font used for sending a formal invitation to a wedding or another such formal event may not be suitable for a kids birthday party.
When you decide to use a script font for anything, there are a few things other than the occasion you will to think about, a common mistake made by many is the use of script fonts in all capitals, this should be avoided under any circumstance, not only does it imply your lack of desktop publishing knowledge but it looks very messy.
Script fonts can be broadly classified into formal, casual and quirky types of fonts. The formal variations usually convey elegance and are appropriate to use with ornate decorations of invitations, some examples are Edwardian Script and French Script. Casual script fonts as the name implies are for casual affairs, fonts like freestyle and Bradley hand. Quirky fonts, such as the cursed fonts, may be fonts with symbols or used extremely creatively.